If you missed out on Contagion when it was in theatres, here's your chance to right that wrong. It really doesn't get much more frightening and real than this, kids, and early next year the sickness spreads its way home.
Contagion definitely has more star power than just about any other genre film released this year, but if we've learned anything over the years, it's that Trembles isn't one to be swayed by high-power actors. Let's see what he thought of this Steven Soderbergh helmed film starring the likes of Marion Cotillard, Bryan Cranston, Matt Damon, Jennifer Ehle, Laurence Fishburne, Chin Han, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Kate Winslet.
The lethally contagious new movie Contagion has finally arrived in theaters so we put together this neat package of our past coverage to help you decide if you'll want to spend the weekend watching the all-star cast coughing and hacking away.
Even though we had been showing you folks video interviews from Contagion's cast and crew this the past few days, you can bet we have even more goodies up our sleeves. This time we have almost 20 minutes worth of behind-the-scenes videos that you film geeks can dig into. But before you do, be sure to check out our Contagion review.
Press Conference Highlights: Steven Soderbergh, Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Jennifer Ehle and Scott Burns Talk Contagion
In Contagion (review here), director Steven Soderbergh explores what might happen if a highly-contagious and deadly virus began to spread in today's ultra-connected society which taps into a primal fear that is far scarier than anything Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger could possibly throw your way. After all, you can't shoot a virus six times or stab it to death.
There are only a couple of days left before a deadly virus is released to the public in the form of Contagion. But fear not, our Contagion review is already out for your perusal.
For the upcoming Warner Bros. thriller Contagion (review here), writer Scott Z. Burns knew that crafting a script around a global pandemic would be no small feat when he started working on the project back in early 2010. Dread Central caught up with Burns, who is collaborating with Steven Soderbergh for the fourth time, during a recent press day to talk to the writer about his experiences working with the acclaimed filmmaker in an effort to create a realistic and terrifying portrait of how one disease can instantly change people's lives forever.
How convenient is it that the viral horror flick Contagion is premiering just when the upcoming flu system is starting to germinate? Even more convenient? Our Contagion review is ready for your reading pleasure.
Contagion Video Interviews with Marion Cotillard, Laurence Fishburne, Kate Winslet and Jennifer Ehle
With Contagion spreading its special strain of viral horror at theatres this weekend, we figured it would be a good time to bring you some interviews! And if you missed it, make sure to check out our Contagion review.
Warner Bros.' Contagion will be infecting theatres on Friday, September 9th, and we are giving away all of the essentials to make sure that you are alive and well once it gets here.
You want a stills gallery? Holy cow, are you gonna get one! We're talking dozens and dozens and dozens of images from the latest deadly virus takes out the earth flick, Contagion. Paper mask not included.
And the sickly eye candy keeps right on coming for the latest deadly virus takes out the earth flick, Contagion, and we have every infectious pixel of it right here for your perusal.
More Contagion eye candy has infected the net, and we have every virus-strewn pixel of it right here for your perusal. Circle, circle, dot, dot, and all that jazz! Christ, remember that?
UPDATE: Gwyneth Paltrow is WAY Under the Weather in Latest Contagion Imagery; New Character One-Sheets Now Online
Chilling. That's the only word that comes to mind when describing the look of terror on Gwyneth Paltrow's face in one particular new image from the new virus run amok thriller, Contagion. Yes, it's fake but we'd still like her to see a doctor ... just in case!
Never mind 2012, the rantings of the elderly about the rapture, or the fact that "The Jersey Shore" is as popular as it is. In the end it's gonna be a super-germ to take us all out. Mark our words and go take a shower!